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  • Uncategorized 29.03.2008 3 Comments

    I wrote about Jayci Yaeger last week. She’s the girl dying with brain cancer whose father is in prison for meth, and the only thing she wanted was to see her daddy before she died. She passed away shortly after getting to see her father, who was released from prison for a short visit, partly I think in response to the public outcry. CBS News’ David Jesperson spoke with Jayci’s uncle.

    The Federal Bureau of Prisons finally relented and also released a statement that they had taken unusual steps in this case by allowing Jason Yaeger to visit his dying child. That is true and I can understand why they wouldn’t want to have something like this become a habit but they could certainly have a bit more compassion.

  • Uncategorized 27.03.2008 9 Comments

    Last year the FBI put out what basically amounts to a media blitz in the hopes that someone in the public would come forward with a bit of new information in the 37 year old case. It may have happened.

    A torn and tangled parachute found by children in southwest Washington state may belong to famed hijacker D.B. Cooper, who jumped out of a jetliner in 1971 with $200,000 in cash, never to be seen again.
    There’s been a story up for a couple of days at CNN that details some of the history.

  • Uncategorized 26.03.2008 Comments Off

    This Weeks Hero Was Suggested by Kathi

    Soldiers' Angels Living Legends Team

    Soldiers’ Angels Living Legends Team
    May No Soldier Go Unloved
    Living Legends began in May 2005 with a very small team of seven dedicated angels. The team’s mission was to let the families and friends of fallen heroes know that we were here to support them and to honor their loved one. At the same time, they had to make sure that they were sensitive to what the family was going through. While this team has grown tremendously, they have worked very hard to maintain that same level of dedication and sensitivity. This team is staffed with trained volunteers who carry out a very difficult mission for Soldiers’ Angels. Due to their dedication, Soldiers’ Angels is able to honor those heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation and to pay their respects and offer their deepest sympathies to the families and loved ones grieving the painful loss of their son or daughter; husband or wife; brother or sister; mom or dad; aunt or uncle; their friend.
    For more information on the Soldiers’ Angels Living Legends Team, you can visit their site.

    Sometimes a hero is one who sacrifices everything in their life to help others. And sometimes a hero is one who sacrifices nothing more than their time.
    We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived
    This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. For more information about Wednesday Hero, or if you would like to post it on your site, you can go here.

  • Uncategorized 25.03.2008 1 Comment

    CNN posted the body of Gary Michael Hilton’s confession of murder in the case of Meredith Emerson. In case you don’t have Acrobat installed or just don’t like CNN I have reproduced the majority of it here (most of it in the extended entry).


    Authorities in Georgia have released the audio-taped confessions of the man who was convicted of killing Meredith Emerson in January. It’s pretty chilling listening just to this little excerpt of the audio.

    NS: RIGHT.
    NS: RIGHT.
    OR GO (UI)
    SG: I DO.
    CB: HE, HE (UI)
    CB: RIGHT.
    SG: SO . . .
    (UI, NOISE)
    CB: HUH?
    CB: YEAH.
    SS: OKAY.
    GMH: OKAY.
    UM: (UI)

    The rest is in the extended entry.


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  • Uncategorized 24.03.2008 No Comments

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  • Uncategorized 19.03.2008 Comments Off

    No, really.
    Whenever I am in that state where I just can’t function and just need a good laugh, there are a couple of sites I can go to that just cheer me up long enough to stumble back to bed. Mr Fab’s Neighborhood is one of those and right now he’s having a cleavage contest you should go check out.
    19 bloggers have pictures posted of their tits, you have to match each blogger to the photo for a chance at $50. Sweet deal. Look at boobs, get paid. That’s the kind of job I really need. I keep telling my waitresses the same thing and for some reason they started jacking their jaws about sexual harassment. All that legal mumbo jumbo just takes the fun out of all kinds of shit.
    Anyway, I may go over tomorrow and make several uneducated guesses. I do know that (or at least think) that V is Mr Fab himself. Not that I have ever seen Mr Fab’s tits or anything, mind you. At least not in public. There was that time though…
    We are the perverts in your neighborhood
    in your neighborhood
    in your neighborhooood
    we are the perverts in your neighborhood
    blah blah blah I can’t remember the rest…
    fuck it.

  • Uncategorized 19.03.2008 1 Comment

    I am not very tolerant of drug users. Don’t get me wrong, I did my share of illegal drugs as a teenager and probably your share too but some of the things I didn’t mess with were meth and heroin. I see a lot of methamphetamine users in my restaurant. I lot of them work for me and I just have no pity for them. Meth heads may be severely addicted but at some point in time they chose to do it. People that have children under their care and live that lifestyle should be shot in the head.

    Having said that, I teared up when I read the story about Jayci Yaeger. Jayci is a ten-year-old Lincoln Nebraska girl who is dying of brain cancer. She cries herself to sleep every night because her piece of shit father is in prison in Yankton, South Dakota. The thing is, he is almost finish with his sentence and the warden has it in his power to allow Jason Yaeger to spend the girl’s last few months with her father. His wife Vonda has been pleading with the warden for a bit of compassion to grant her daughter’s dying wish.

    Jason was convicted of meth charges almost five years ago and is scheduled to be released next year. As a matter of fact, he is due to be placed in a halfway house this August, which would allow for some time with his daughter, but according to the mother it will probably be too late.

    According to the Federal Bureau of Prison’s web site furloughs can be allowed for a family crisis and that decision is left to the warden. Apparently the warden in Yankton doesn’t consider a dying ten year old girl to be a family crisis or an extraordinary circumstance. I hope Santa Claus has nothing but coal for that dude’s stocking this year.

    Updated 3-21-08

    Apparently the family has appealed for a 30-day supervised release and the warden has denied it.



    The prison also sent out a press release yesterday:

    Officials at the Federal Prison Camp are sensitive to the request from inmate Yaeger and his family to allow him to visit his daughter. In response to inmate Yaeger’s request, he has been escorted by prison staff on three separate occasions to allow him to be with his daughter during this difficult time. Two of these trips have occurred within the past month. We have also assisted inmate Yaeger in maintaining telephonic contact with his family and daughter.

    The Bureau of Prisons routinely utilizes furloughs and escorted trips in response to family emergencies, whichever is deemed most appropriate based on a review of security and safety concerns for both the inmate involved and the community.

    Bureau of Prisons officials have reviewed inmate Yaeger’s request for a compassionate release and have determined his situation does not meet the criteria set forth by the Bureau of Prisons Program … Inmate Yaeger’s request for extended placement in a Residential Re-entry Center is currently in litigation; therefore, we are unable to comment further on this request.

    The Federal Bureau of Prisons does not have the authority to release or suspend a court imposed sentence. Our agency’s mission is to protect society by confining offenders in controlled environments of prisons and community-based facilities, which are safe, humane and appropriately secure.

  • Uncategorized 19.03.2008 Comments Off

    Remember old big eyes Jennifer Wilbanks? She’s back in the news again, indirectly.
    If you don’t remember, Jennifer and John Mason were to be married and she disappeared just a few days before the wedding. She turned up later in New Mexico after Gwinnett County authorities had wasted countless hours looking for her. She said she had been kidnapped and raped. That turned out to be a lie, she just had cold feet.
    She ended up pleading no contest to telling authorities a phony story, did two years of probation and community service.
    The two lovebirds ended their relationship shortly afterward and then filed lawsuits against each other, which they dropped later on.
    So why’s she in the news again? Her ex-, John Mason was married this weekend at his parent’s home in Duluth, Georgia.

  • Uncategorized 19.03.2008 Comments Off

    I was reading an article over at CNN Crime the other day about the Manson family and several killings they were suspected of back in the day along with the disappearances of other people. It’s a very well written article ans I wanted to post something about it when I first read it but I didn’t have the chance until I came across this interview this afternoon.

    If you don’t know about Charles Manson and the murders he committed, go check out the Crime Library’s series on them.

  • Uncategorized 18.03.2008 No Comments

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  • Uncategorized 16.03.2008 Comments Off

    Want to get real creeped out?
    Samuel Rael is/was an attorney. In 1995 he decided he wanted to make a movie. The name of the movie is Deadly Run. Here’s the synopsis from IMDB:

    Respected and very wealthy Atlanta, GA-area realtor Bobby Wilson has a wife, son and daughter, but does some things unknown to them. He has a cabin on a rural tract 200 miles to the north, to where he often flies his airplane carrying abducted, minimally-attached females, who he there releases as game and fatally hunts. A girlfriend of a victim convinces a cop to help close in on Bobby.

    Another damned slasher flick right? The thing is, Samuel had an unpaid adviser on the film from start to finish. The adviser thought it would be a good idea to have the killer out in the woods for him to hunt down as prey. He also found the cabin in the North Georgia mountains where they did quite a bit of shooting. In Deadly Run the bad guy held women captive in the cabin.
    Samuel Rael met this guy in the mid-80’s when he was an attorney. He defended him on several charges over the years, including trespassing, arson and false solicitation of charitable donations.
    When he wanted to make the movie his client/friend was full of great ideas. That makes sense since the guy in question is Gary Michael Hilton, the freak that likes to kill people in the woods. I’ll bet the serial killer experts are having a field day with this.
    So the question begs, when did he start killing. Is he living out some sick kind of fantasy that was still only in his head 13 years ago or had he already started killing people? According to Transylvania County, North Carolina Sheriff David Mahoney, Hilton is not currently considered a suspect in any unresolved cases during the time the film was made.
    I think I would have to start looking at some of the murders around that time period nonetheless.

  • Uncategorized 15.03.2008 Comments Off

    We had some pretty severe weather here in west hell this afternoon. The wind howled, rain was coming down sideways and there was the threat of tornados most of the afternoon. There was at least one that touched down north of here in Polk County. At least two people died because of it.

    Mayor Shirley Franklin and Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue have also declared a state of emergency for the city of Atlanta due to storm damage and they are urging people to stay inside unless absolutely necessary.

    Another tornado also touched down in Atlanta as well. Cabbagetown is a pretty historic area of town and about 20 homes were damaged or completely destroyed. The police are urging people to stay away for the time being.

    The last big tornado that hit the city was back in 1975. I remember that one. There was a swath of damage for miles. Three people were killed in that storm.

    I just got finished watching a video that looks like it was shot from a cell phone. It’s in a neighborhood near Camp Creek Parkway (west side of Atlanta) and clearly shows a funnel cloud moving through the neighborhood. Whoever shot it was obviously upstairs shooting out a window. All I could think of was “what a dumb ass”.

    Here are some pictures of the tornado damage in Atlanta, thanks to Voxant Newsroom.










    We were pretty lucky out here. The wife and kids were up and down the stairs to the basement most of the afternoon and without power while I was stuck at work. No damage to our neighborhood or anyone I know, at least that I have heard. My sympathies go out to those folks that have been hurt or the families of those that have been killed.

  • Uncategorized 15.03.2008 1 Comment

    Authorities finally released the results of Maria Lauterbach’s autopsy on Friday and the results are pretty much what they had reported before. The cut to her neck was superficial and may have occurred after death, which pretty much throws Corporal Cesar Laurean’s story out the window, as if his flight to Mexico didn’t already do that.

    A gaping 4-inch wound was found on the left side of Lauterbach’s neck, according to autopsy results released by the office of the chief medical examiner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The wound is “incised,” meaning it is a clean cut such as that made by a sharp instrument. However, the wound itself would not have been fatal, as there was only minimal damage to the underlying muscle, the results said.
    “The autopsy confirms that there was a superficial incision to the neck that appears to have been made post-mortem,” said a statement from Merle Wilberding and Chris Conard, attorneys representing Lauterbach’s mother, Mary Lauterbach. “If so, that incision may have been made to have the body conform to Cesar Laurean’s story that she had ‘killed herself by slitting her throat.’ “

    The cut was made to try and conform to the story that he supposedly told his wife, about Maria coming to the house and killing herself.
    I haven’t heard much about Laurean in the mainstream news lately but that doesn’t surprise me. He’s still at large, most likely in Mexico. Perhaps Dog the Bounty Hunter will go in after him because we certainly haven’t been able to get him.

  • Uncategorized 14.03.2008 1 Comment

    Shortly after he surrendered to Police in the matter of Eve Carson’s murder, Laurence Alvin Lovette was charged with first-degree murder in the January killing of Abhijit Mahato, a student at Duke University.

    Apparently Lovette was arrested several times between the murders but it wasn’t until the ATM photos came out the some kind of connection was made.

  • Uncategorized 13.03.2008 5 Comments

    Well, duh…
    Newsmax Correspondent Philip Brennan describes why he agrees with the founder of the Weather Channel that global warming is the greatest scam in history. He also says that the fact that John McCain is on board with the environmentalists scares the hell out of him.

    What makes Philip Brennan and the founder of the weather channel experts on global warming? Not a fucking thing. About the same thing that makes me an expert and I happen to agree with them.
    The problem is that I tend to base my beliefs (as do the aforementioned guys) on real data and proven theories while the global warming pundits are just taking the word of these so-called scientists that are taking the word of other scientists using faulty data or data that only goes back a short period of time.
    They are all a bunch of morons anyway.
    I do agree with Brennan about McCain as well. Not that I don’t think that conservation and going to other forms of power is a bad thing, but I think that blaming the changing course of normal weather patterns on us is an idiotic blame game that’s just going to lead to more trouble later on down the road.

  • Uncategorized 13.03.2008 Comments Off

    So the maintenance man and I were talking a couple of days ago at work just about stupid stuff. He and I have been around for several years and I know him pretty well. He’s a good guy and will be retiring soon. I hate it because it means that we will end up with someone that just doesn’t know nearly enough about that stuff. They unfortunately don’t pay enough to get a top-notch maintenance man. With our guy’s case he makes a bit more because he’s been with us so long, and he has a nice bit of change tucked aside in stocks so that he can retire.
    Anyway, he was trying to decide what to do with the van. He has to replace some of his storage cabinets and was looking at Jobox storage drawers for it. I don’t really know what the difference is between those and other’s so I just stand and nod and agree with him every once in a while. That’s when I found out he was retiring. I hate to see him go but he’s worked pretty darned hard and wants to spend some time with his grandchildren.
    I still have a bit of time (like a couple of decades) before I retire but I darn sure and starting to look forward to it.

  • Uncategorized 13.03.2008 29 Comments

    The police arrested a second suspect early this morning in connection with the murder of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student Eve Carson.
    They received an anonymous tip last night and shortly after midnight surrounded a house in Durham, North Carolina. After a four hour standoff 17-year-old Lawrence Alvin Lovette surrendered peacefully to police.

    Lovette is the second suspect arrested in the investigation of the shooting. Wednesday police picked up Demario Atwater from a house in Durham after receiving a tip that he was at the home. He has been charged with first-degree murder in Eve Carson’s death.
    According to CNN, Chapel Hill Police Chief Brian Curran told reporters that they believe Lovette was driving Eve Carson’s SUV and Atwater in the back in photos from an ATM where they attempted to use her bank card.
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  • Uncategorized 12.03.2008 Comments Off

    Sgt. Steve Morin Jr.

    Sgt. Steve Morin Jr.
    34 years old from Arlington, Texas
    111th Engineer Battalion, 36th Infantry Division, Texas Army National Guard
    September 28, 2005

    From the time he finished high school, Sgt. Steve Morin Jr. made serving in the military his career.

    “He always stood up for what he thought was right,” Gwendolyn Michelle Morin, his wife, said. “He was a fighter. He would never give up.”  “He had called me to let me know what he was going to do that day,” she said. He expected to be able to call her more often because of the missions he was being assigned. Sometimes they would go 11 or 12 days between calls.

    Morin enlisted in the Navy after graduating high school in his hometown of Brownfield, Texas at 17. By 34, Morin had devoted 14 years to the Navy, served in the National Guard for two and planned to attend Officers Candidate School.  Morin was still in the Navy when he met his wife. At the time, the two were working for a photo company; he was Santa Claus and she was an elf, she said. Both were attending Texas Tech University.  “It was funny because we always kept running into each other. He would hang outside my classes and wait for me with a Diet Coke,” recalled Gwendolyn.  “He knew how to make me really happy.”

    Sgt. Morin died when an IED went off, overturning the vehicle he was riding in near Umm Qasr, Iraq.

    “He’s very strong willed, very determined. Humorous, a clown, but he was also very disciplined and very passionate about what he believed in,” Gwendolyn Morin said. “He always wanted to serve his country.”

    These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday.  For that, I am proud to call them Hero.

    We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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  • Uncategorized 11.03.2008 Comments Off

    I thought that this was a pretty cool picture, which is what prompted me to post it here. I normally on post NASA stuff on one of my other sites, but am cross-posting it both places today.

    The Space Shuttle Endeavor created a glow in the night as it launched at 2:29 a.m. from Launch Complex 39a at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida this morning. Endeavor and her crew are delivering a Canadian Space Agency robotic system an a logistics module for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to the International Space Station. This is to be a sixteen day mission.

    According to the story (below) they are also swapping out an astronaut for a long-term mission and one of the EU astronauts is returning home.

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  • Uncategorized 08.03.2008 Comments Off

    Police have arrested and charged a suspect with capital murder in the shooting death of Auburn University student Lauren Burk.

    Courtney Larrell Lockhart has been charged with capital murder during a kidnapping, capital murder duing a robbery and capital murder during a rape according to assistant police chief Tommy Dawson.
    He was taking into custody during a routine traffic stop in Phenix City Alabama on Friday. Phenix city is on the eastern border of Alabama, connected with Columbus, Georgia.
    Somehow the police had the suspects photo, enhanced with some help from NASA which helped to locate him. The police have declined to say how they got the photograph or why they think he committed the crime.
    According to the family, well-wishers and those who want to honor Lauren Burk can do so by donating to her favorite charities which are The Invisible Child and the American Kidney Foundation.

  • Uncategorized 07.03.2008 Comments Off

    I’ve been pretty busy this week at work and really haven’t had the chance to follow either of the two shooting stories that have cropped up in the media, one a UNC student who was shot to death and the other, an Auburn freshman who was from Marietta, which is actually pretty close to me, thus the reason I’m writing about it.
    laurenburk.jpgAs I mentioned, Lauren was a freshman at Auburn University and was found shot to death Tuesday night a few miles outside of campus. She died at a hospital later on. Immediately after police found Lauren, the received a call on a car which was on fire in a campus parking lot.
    The police think that gasoline was used to start the fire and a gas can was found in downtown Auburn which possibly might be involved. Police are investigating all the leads that they can, so they don’t want to leave this one out.
    The police are denying rumors that Lauren Burk was sexually assaulted and are continuing to patrol the campus area.
    Memorial services for Burk are Saturday and Sunday in a Marietta church and synagogue and a memorial service is also being held on the Auburn campus on Monday.

    Police are saying that they have some very strong leads and hope to make an announcement soon.
    They don’t think that the two cases are related, but Chapel Hill, North Carolina police have been in contact with Auburn police. Eve Carson is another native of Georgia who attends UNC and was shot to death on Wednesday.
    Eve Carson was apparently a very active and popular member of the University of North Carolina as this report from CBS news attests to.

    There is currently a $25,000 reward for the person who committed this apparent random act of violence.
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  • Uncategorized 07.03.2008 1 Comment

    Police are reporting that a second pair of panties found with Brianna Denison’s body had DNA belonging to her, the man who killed her and a woman who lived at the house where Denison was abducted.

    This was news because if you remember, originally they were saying that there was ONE pair of panties found near the body. Reno police have identified the second pair as belonging to one of the students that lived in the house Briana was abducted from on January 20th.
    Police are reporting that they didn’t immediately release the details about the second pair of panties because more investigation was needed and that it’s pretty typical for investigators to not release information right away.
    The City of Reno and America’s Most Wanted teamed up and have released a video on the Reno web site with pertinant facts in the investigation.

    If for some reason the video doesn’t show up properly you can also try to view it at the City of Reno Briana Denison Investigation web page.
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  • Uncategorized 07.03.2008 Comments Off

    Leslie left a comment yesterday on my short post on Sumei Hu pointing me to an article in yesterday’s Chicago Tribune.
    According to the Chicago PD Sumei Hu has contacted her family. Her sister-in-law told the Tribune that Hu had contacted the family on the phone Wednesday and told them that she was in the Chicago area and was safe. Sharon Romenesko (the sister-in-law) said it was unclear what she had been doing for the last week.
    As Leslie said, very fishy.
    Either there is a bit more than meets the eye here or this is just a matter of someone leaving their husband and it should be a case of ‘media butt out’.

  • Uncategorized 05.03.2008 Comments Off

    Chief Warrant Officer Mark O'SteenChief Warrant Officer Thomas GibbonsStaff Sgt. Daniel L. Kisling Jr.SSgt. Gregory M. Frampton

    Pictured Left to Right
    Chief Warrant Officer Mark O’Steen, 43 years old from Ozark, Alabama
    Chief Warrant Officer Thomas Gibbons, 31 years old from Prince Frederick, Maryland
    Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Kisling Jr., 31 years old from Neosho, Missouri
    SSgt. Gregory M. Frampton, 37 years old from Fresno, California
    1st Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regimen
    January 30, 2003

    “They succeeded where lesser men failed,” said Chaplain Robert Glazener. “They proved themselves in ways that men out there who never served, never volunteered, never sacrificed, would never understand. They sought neither glory nor special recognition, but they gained both by their actions. They are the true American heroes today and deserve more honor than we can humbly bestow on them.”
    The helicopter carrying the men went down seven miles east of the Bagram Air Base while on a training mission.

    These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
    We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived
    This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. For more information about Wednesday Hero, or if you would like to post it on your site, you can go here.

  • Uncategorized 04.03.2008 4 Comments

    Steven Frasch went to pick his wife up from Chicago’s O’Hare airport last week and she wasn’t there. The problem lies in that she did fly to Chicago and customs video shows that she got off the aircraft as well. So what happened after that?

    Police are assuming that Sumei Hu has left of her own accord and say that they can’t rule out the fact that she might have gotten on another plane. They also say that they aren’t sure who paid for her trip to China to visit her family family either. According to Steven Frasch it was a female friend in Sheboygan Wisconsin, but he couldn’t remember her name.
    Frasch and Hu met through an Internet dating service and have been married since 2005. According to her husband Sumei has no credit cards and little English. It seems to me that if she had been in the U.S. since at least 2005 she would have at the very least a basic understanding of the language and maybe a couple of credit cards.
    Sumei had gone home to Guangzhou China in September to visit her family including her teenage daughter from a previous marriage. The last time that Frasch spoke with his wife was five days prior to her disappearance. She was planning on leaving her cell phone with her daughter so that she could call her from the U.S.
    The whole thing just smells funny to me. I can’t really put down a concrete reason why but the facts and suppositions in the whole story just seem hokey as hell.
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